J Integr Plant Biol. ›› 1993, Vol. 35 ›› Issue (6): -.

• Research Articles •    

Gene Diversity and Genetic Differentiation in Natural Populations of Picea koraiensis

Yang Yi-ping,Yin Rui-xue and Zhang Jun-li   

Abstract: Vertical slab polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis was used to examine inheritance of four isoenzymes in megagametophytes of Picea koraiensis. Gene diversity and genetic differentiation in four natural populations of P. koraiensis in Northeastern China were analyzed at six loci coding for four enzyme systems. The proportion of loci polymorphism in population was 0.5. The average expected heterozygosity of all samples was 0. 314, and the average observed heterozygosity of all samples was 0. 316. The average number of alleles detected per locus was 2.50. The effective number of alleles per locus was 1. 71. Measurement of gene diversity for the six loci showed a 0. 0059 significance of interpopulation differentiation. More than ninety-nine percent of the total gene diversity resided within population. The mean genetic distance over all pairs of P. koraiensis was 0. 0110.

Key words: Picea koraiensis, Isoenzyme, Gene diversity, Genetic differentiation

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